What does "organic" mean in reference to Google?
I'm guessing it means someone was querying Google and a hub came up in the results.
Organic search is the websites that are predominantly shown when you search for something. They are listed according to their relevance as opposed to the advertisements above and to the right, which are paid to be shown.
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